Wed, 20 October 2010 02:14:11 ET
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Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr. and Leonardo DiCaprio are also among the winners at 2010 Scream Awards, which is dominated by 'Inception' with six wins in total.
Winners of the 5th Annual Scream Awards have been honored last Saturday, October 16 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, but it wasn't until Tuesday night, October 19 that Anne Hathaway
was revealed to be among them. The 27-year-old actress collected her first win at the awards show by grabbing Best Supporting Actress title.
The actress who was nominated for 2009 Oscars for her part in "Rachel Getting Married
" nailed the kudo for her role as White Queen in "Alice in Wonderland
". She came out triumphant over the likes of Abigail Breslin
, Jennifer Carpenter
, Marion Cotillard
, Yunjin Kim and Sigourney Weaver
Anne was the only cast members from "Alice" who managed to walk away with a kudo from the awards show. Leading lady Mia Wasikowska
lost Best Fantasy Actress to Kristen Stewart
and Best Female Breakout Performance to Chloe Moretz, while lead actor Johnny Depp
got beaten by Robert Pattinson
in the category of Best Fantasy Actor.
This year's Scream Awards was dominated by Christopher Nolan-directed "Inception
". The sci-fi film collected six kudos in total, including The Ultimate Scream and Best Science Fiction Movie. Three of its male actors, Leonardo DiCaprio
, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
and Tom Hardy
, also grabbed an award each.
Other winners included Scarlett Johansson
, Mickey Rourke
and Robert Downey Jr.
. All three won a kudo for their superhero film, "Iron Man 2
". While Scarlett nailed Best Science Fiction Actress, Mickey and Robert scored Best Villain and Best Superhero title. "Zombieland
" actor Bill Murray
, in the meantime, secure a win for Best Cameo.
Complete winners list of 2010 Scream Awards:
- The Ultimate Scream: "Inception"
- Most Anticipated Movie: "Green Lantern"
- Best Movie:
Science Fiction: "Inception"
Fantasy Movie: "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse"
Horror Movie: "Zombieland"
- Best Actor:
Science Fiction: Leonardo DiCaprio, "Inception"
Fantasy: Robert Pattinson, "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse"
Horror: Alexander Skarsgard, "True Blood"
Supporting Actor: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, "Inception"
Breakout Performance: Tom Hardy, "Inception"
- Best Actress:
Science Fiction: Scarlett Johansson, "Iron Man 2"
Fantasy: Kristen Stewart, "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse"
Horror: Anna Paquin, "True Blood"
Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway, "Alice in Wonderland"
Breakout Performance: Chloe Moretz, "Kick-Ass"
- Best Director: James Cameron, "Avatar"
- Best Scream-Play: Laeta Kalogridis, "Shutter Island"
- Best Villain: Mickey Rourke, "Iron Man 2"
- Best Superhero: Robert Downey Jr., "Iron Man 2"
- Best Cameo: Bill Murray, "Zombieland"
- Best Ensemble: "Zombieland"
- Best TV Show: "True Blood"
- Best Television Performance: Matthew Fox in "Lost"
- Fight Scene of the Year: Anti-gravity hotel fight in "Inception"
- Most Memorable Mutilation: Surgically transformed into human centipede in "The Human Centipede"
- Holy Sh!t Scene of the Year: Head twisted 180 degrees during sex in "True Blood"
- 3-D Top Three Award: "Avatar"
- Best F/X: "Avatar"
- Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel: "The Walking Dead"
- Best Comic Book Writer: Geoff Johns for "Blackest Night", "Brightest Day", "The Flash" and "Green Lantern"
- Best Comic Book Artist: Frank Quietly for "Batman and Robin"
- Best Comic Book Movie: "Kick-Ass"
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